Hotel Goverdhan Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the guided tours by now. The first artistic details a guide shows you in the day "unique to this area" will be the final stop of the tour where they show you how its still being done today and you get a special opportunity to get a great gift and support the artists. Today we bought nice coasters, but we weren't biting on the big budget items they were hoping to sell us. All part of the system to keep the local economies going. Besides the things we saw, ...
... when Jehangir was on the Mughal throne. But Aurangzeb’s said to have ordered its destruction in 1669 and the present-day Idgah was constructed over a part of the raised plinth of the Keshavdev temple.The construction of the ...
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Before exiting to find our driver we bartered in the tiny shops selling Indian trinkets and different stuff all pertaining to Krishna. I bought sparkly silver and white bangles and little presents for my fairy god daughters, Leila and Annika. I also bought some beautiful scarves with Taryn that have Rade Rade written on them with a peacock feather. They are my new favorites!
Our taxi driver was waiting for us. We told him ...
... think they would have lasted in that heat. If only I could have brought them back with me. We met with a man who rented us a bike each and sold us some traditional Andaman breakfast treats. They were very nice. We were refuelled and ready for a morning full of bike riding. Our first stop was back at sunset point, it was still so early so we had this stunning beach to ourselves. Matt for a swim while I stayed on the beach looking ...
... shared with four other sleeping individuals. Thinking there had been some kind of mistake we checked our seats with other passengers and it was confirmed we were in fact in carriage B1 and standing next to our designated seats in class AC3 - not what we had booked. We sat on my bunk and I looked over our new home for the next 12 hours with a morbid curiosity. Gemma clung to my arm in a distressed sate and we cursed the tour operator for booking these seats. We ...